International criminal law / Ilias Bantekas.
lxii, 604 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Fundamentals of international criminal law The subjective and objective elements of international crimes Modes of liability and criminal participation The law of command responsibility Defences in international criminal law Immunities from criminal jurisdiction War crimes and grave breaches Crimes against humanity The crime of genocide Offences against the person Transnational crimes Terrorism The crime of aggression International criminal law of the sea The exercise of criminal jurisdiction International cooperation in criminal matters The Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals and the origins of international criminal justice The international criminal tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda The permanent international criminal court Internationalised domestic criminal tribunals, truth commissions and amnesties Evidence before international criminal courts and tribunals The status of victims in international criminal law and criminal proceedings.
K5165 .B35 2010
Oxford ; Portland, OR : Hart Pub., 2010.